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11 Online Resources About Physics

Ask a Tech Teacher

link] Jacqui Murray has been teaching K-18 technology for 30 years. She is the editor/author of over a hundred tech ed resources including a K-12 technology curriculum , K-8 keyboard curriculum, K-8 Digital Citizenship curriculum.

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Family Physical Education Week

Ask a Tech Teacher

Family PE Week is October 3rd through 7th this year. I was traveling during this event, but thought I’d share some website resources to help in this endeavor: BracketMaker. Final Kick –app; simulates kicking that final soccer kick (with Google Cardboard). GoNoodle –fitness videos.

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Students’ Physical and Mental Health Declined During the Pandemic. Could a New Telehealth Initiative Help?

ED Surge

Faced with these daunting realities, it’s understandable that school and district leaders might put deep investment in students’ physical and mental health on the back burner. Children’s Health Is Crucial to Closing the Achievement Gap Student wellbeing—including physical and mental health—is deeply intertwined with learning outcomes.

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Physical Bookstores in The Digital Age

Ask a Tech Teacher

That’s why when Ask a Tech Teacher contributor, Alex Mitchell, suggested this article– The Future of Physical Bookstores in The Digital Age– I said yes almost before reading it. The company not only sales a ridiculous number of physical books, but they also have opened 18 real-world bookstores across the United States.

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Physical Computing with micro:bits and Makecode

User Generated Education

I am quite fond of facilitating physical computing activities with my learners as I’ve discussed in Scratch and Makey Makey Across the Curriculum . For that post I created the following graphic to represent the benefits of physical computing.

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Greetings from Physics Camp

Jacobs Physics

Something like two dozen AP physics readers descended upon Gates Barbecue this evening on "dine out night", the night when the College Board was paying our restaurant tabs. Regular blog followers know how much I love the AP reading. But eight hours of brain work requires sleep sometimes.

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Computational Thinking and Physics

Scientix

Description of the activity: Teaching physics not only requires logical thinking but also provides opportunities for its development. Logical thinking plays a crucial role in coding and programming, making physics lessons essential for fostering computational thinking.

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